Lengthy List of Charges for Driver with Gun in Car Includes Risk of Injury to 9-Year-Old Child

A New Rochelle man is being held by Greenwich Police on $200,000 bond after an incident on March 27 in the area of Mill Street and Henry Street in Byram.

Police say that just before 5:00pm, police patrolling the area of Delavan Ave observed a car being operated with no front license plate.

Police determined that the car had a Texas temporary dealer registration affixed to the rear only of the vehicle.

Tremaine Bro Fraiser. Photo courtesy Greenwich Police Dept

Police stopped the car and investigation determined that the driver, Tremaine Bro Fraiser, 24, had a suspended New York license and the car had no insurance. Also there was drug and drug paraphernalia in the car as well as an illegally possessed firearm.

There was a nine-year-old child in the car.

Fraiser was arrested and processed for multiple charges:

Violating Standing Criminal Protective Order, Criminal Possession of Pistol/Revolver, Criminal Possession of Firearm/Weapon, Risk of Injury to Child, Illegal Possession Large Cap Mag of about 4/13, Illegal Possession of Weapon in Motor Vehicle, Possession of Controlled Substance, Possession 1/2 to 4 oz Marijuana, Possession Hallucinogen greater than 4 oz, Possession Intent 1kg or More Cannabis, Possession Intent Hallucinogen Substance, Operating a Drug Factory, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Operation Motor Vehicle without License, Illegal Operation Motor Vehicle without Minimum Insurance, and Violation Readable Places/Lost Plates.

He has a date in Stamford Superior Court on May 28, 2021.

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